It wasn't uncommon to see Cpl. Kevin Cusack patrolling S.C. 49 in his Highway Patrol cruiser.
The veteran state trooper spent a lot of time driving and working that stretch of highway before he died as a result of an on-duty crash earlier this year.
Today, his fellow troopers will unveil signs on a stretch of S.C. 49 in his honor. The Highway Patrol worked with the state Department of Transportation to create the dedication.
Cusack, 45, of Clover died in a March 27 single-car crash on S.C. 200 near Douglas Road in Lancaster County.
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A public dedication service is being held today at the same church - Lake Wylie Christian Assembly - where hundreds of law enforcement officials gathered nearly five months ago for their colleague's funeral.
Two signs will mark the dedication - one each near S.C. 49's intersections with S.C. 55 and S.C. 557.
"That was the road he often worked when he was assigned to York County," said Lance Cpl. Billy Elder of the Highway Patrol. "It was very common to see him using the stretch of road and be working it. That's where you would have found him under normal circumstances."
Cusack, who spent most of his 21-year career in York County, had been assigned to Lancaster and Chesterfield counties temporarily.
During his funeral, fellow troopers remembered that Cusack liked to wear long-sleeved shirts. When someone in his crew would show up in a short-sleeved shirt on a cold night, that's when Cusack would choose an outside activity like a license check.
"That stretch on 49 is often where he'd hold those things," Elder said.
"He was a very familiar scene on that road."
After a three-month investigation, the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office, with the assistance of the Lexington County Traffic Division, concluded Cusack was driving faster than 110 mph when he crashed. Officials haven't said why.